The Hobble Creek Campground (7,300 feet elev.) is located 60 miles north of Kemmerer or 40 miles northeast of Cokeville, with a major portion of travel on gravel road. The campground is located on scenic Hobble Creek, which offers good fishing and abundant wildlife. Weekdays are generally quiet, with most visitor use occurring on the weekends.
Lake Alice is a short 1 1/2-mile hike away. Lake Alice was created when a massive landslide peeled from the 9,325 foot Lake Mountain and dammed Poker Creek with a mile long pile of debris. The resulting lake is three miles long and over 200 feet deep. Because the lake's outlet flows below the surface through the natural dam, the fish population has been isolated. Bonneville Cutthroat Trout are the only fish species in the lake. No other species have been introduced.
Kemmerer Ranger District 307-877-4415.
Campground Amenities: Table, Restrooms, Pet Friendly
Campground Information: Seasonal